How about older ones?
Seriously, though, Haydock would be the first to tell you that there's a world of information and reflection that he didn't include. His writing was mostly trying to be concise and orthodox, to answer quick questions. He's not trying to write a Bible commentary encyclopedia.
Cornelius a Lapide, on the other hand, apparently was trying to write a freakin' encyclopedia for every book of the Bible.
And there are whole huge books full of Biblical commentary from saints and great teachers from through Church history, which you have available to you online for free or can access through libraries and bookstores. Many of these are concerned with all sorts of spiritual teaching as well as just providing knowledge. Don't be afraid to check 'em out.
But Haydock is a good basic source.